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the alabaster musketeers showed that they were ready for the fight. >> you know, john mccain is my friend. >> the republicans in a few days will nominate a good man. he's served our country heroically. >> i've known and been friends with john mccain for almost 22 years. >> [bleep] on him without reservation, without qualification. what are you doing? may i offer you a sentence you will not hear at the republican convention? barack obama is heroic and american. >> let's compare senator mccain to candidate mccain. candidate mccain criticizes senator mccain's own climate change bill. candidate mccain says he would vote against the immigration bill that senator mccain wrote. >> yes! that's the stuff! who is this? who is this fast-talking, concise person? senator kerry. i wonder how senator kerry would fare against 2004 candidate kerry? >> it's one thing to be certain, but you can be certain and be wrong. it's another to be certain and be right or be certain and be moving in the right direction, or be certain about a principle and then learn new facts and take those new facts and put them to u
where this morning republican presidential candidate john mccain introduced the world to his third wife. actually, no, wait, i'm sorry, that's his running mate, sarah palin, the freshman governor of alaska and star and producer of the emmy winning "30 rock." no, i'm sorry -- the star of the emmy winning "will & grace." no, i'm sorry, it's actually the mild-mannered yet troubled librarian from every cinemax movie. obviously. >> i'm up late. >> jon: so obviously, senator john mccain has made an enormous amount over barack obama's lack of experience. which seems curious that the 72-year-old four to five time face-cancer guy would choose a running mate whose resume appears to be more suited for a "northern exposure" reunion show. i don't know why that would be, so let's find out from governor palin. why? >> and, of course, senator hillary clinton, who showed such determination and grace in her presidential campaign. but it turns out the women of america aren't finished yet, and we can shatter that glass ceiling once and for all. >> jon: yes. yes, i think something just shattered. whoa. obvi
the lobbyists who wrote it, but the american workers and small businesses who deserve it. unlike john mccain, i will stop giving tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, and i will start giving them to companies that create good jobs right here in america. [cheers and applause] i will eliminate capital gains taxes for the small businesses and the start-ups that will create the high-wage, high-tech jobs of tomorrow. i will cut taxes - cut taxes - for 95% of all working families. the last thing we should do is raise taxes on the middle-class. and for the sake of our economy, our security, and the future of our planet, i will set a clear goal as president: in ten years, we will finally end our dependence on oil from the middle east. [cheers and applause] we will do this. washington's been talking about our oil addiction for the last thirty years, and john mccain has been there for twenty-six of them. tothat time, he's said no higher fuel-efficiency standards for cars, no to investments in renewable energy, no to renewable fuels. and today, we import triple the amount of oil as the day t
the piggy. you can't have waldorf or sam the eagle. the mccain campaign and the fact that the mccain campaign has been leading forward 1-0. according to some mccain people a double. in olbermann's defense, he thought his mic was "all the way" up. it is a not just waldorf and sam the eagle and sam the eagle and beaker. >> why are you so mat hateful. why do you want to keep people in iraq longer than they need to be here. do you ever watch this show. i guess you sleep through it because you missed it three timingtimes in a row. >>jon: i guess the weather in scarborough country is rainy with a bit of the arrrr we own have time for one of you i'm going to go with wyatt. >> . >> samantha: whoa i'm ready nowo go with wyatt. >> samantha: i'm like ten times. >>jon: you are great ou you and your husband are great. and i thought we would go with wyatt to get a different perspective. >> samantha: okay.great. if i may. i would like to address all of the people who have supported me on my extraordinary journey of media analysis. like diane johnson an elder whri woma --elderly woman in wichitao he
that race. do you remember how john mccain won the presidential nomination? during the primaries in 2007, john mccain's campaign in the primaries just bottomed out. it was over. he laid off dozens of staff members. his fundraising collapsed. what was left of the campaign ordered up a recovery plan called living off the land, a plan for financial viability. it called for mccain to scramble for the free press for looking good in new hampshire where the campaign would work the press to convince reporters that john mccain was still in it. so reporters would write stories saying he was still in it. so he would seem like he was still in it when it was really all made up. but it worked. john mccain won in new hampshire. then he rolled out victories in virginia and kansas and on and on and he was back and john mccain won the the nomination after having been declared gone the previous summer. in the 2008 republican primaries, john mccain was a phoenix that rose from the ashes of the campaign he previously burned down. he came back from somewhere much worse than where romney is right now. at least
are leading the opposition, senator mccain and others, and they are saying the this is a power grab by the president and he did not get what he wanted in congress, so he will just go around them. senator lieberman has been saying for a long time that if this does not get done by the end of july, then that this will not get done at all. now they are saying it might still happen. it seems to me that if you are going to get on with it -- if you were going to bet on whether congress would come together, it seems more likely an executive order will happen. >> one of the wild cards in of this is the prospect of a cyber attacks. and if such an event could really like a fire under either lawmakers or the white house. i think they have also been posturing to leave themselves some protection in case there is. there was just an attack on saudi arabia on the oil companies there, a cyber attacks. it is not unheard of. and it could very well happen here. >> i think that speaks directly to the issue, actually. there are people who would say it would take a catastrophic cyber attacks for us to pass
mccain was running hard for president, at the time i believe he was losing. he stood up for president obama, then senator obama. >> i can't trust obama. i have read about him and he is not -- he is an arab. >> no, ma'am. no, ma'am. he is a decent family man. chris: wow, kelly. >> what a moment. i was in the room for that as i was in the chamber when joe wilson shouted you lie. it was a ricochet in the room at that time. with senator mccain so striking, you could feel the entire room take a deep breath. he had a decision to make in that moment. am i working with this crowd of supporters or am i going to say the thing that has to be said. to pull the microphone back from one of your supporters is a tough thing for politicians to do. i think that's one of the more defining moments about him in the campaign, but one of the most difficult moments. chris: a great john mccain at that moment. >> he had been flirting a little bit with the dark side. things were getting desperate in the campaign. he saw this kind of irrational anger that was coming out of republican audiences. he just couldn't
mccain. will a deficit deal be bad medicine for america's top hospitals and insurance companies. we'll explain in the bloomburg analysis. she helps people connect. you need to know julianna glover. i'm peter cook welcome to bloomburg governments capitol gain. if your business is washington stay with us the next half hour. for the impact on government action in business and the economy and the people who matter. governments begin with elections. and this election will set the stage for the most important fiscal debate the country has faced. we'll talk about it. in a moment we'll take you inside the congressional race wall street cares about most. but first a quick take on bloomburg governments key findings this week on washington's winners and losers. so big they're known as the primes may have to make room for a 6th. according to an analysis the pentagon is likely to bless the proposed merger of eads and bae. the new competition for business would make the defense department a winner. losers lockheed martin among the primes likely to fight the marger. caterpillar and see monos hopin
, a remarkable career. and we're also going to talk to senator john mccain who knew him personally. jill and jomana, we'll check in with you. this is a story with a lot of moving parts, and a lot of countries with unseen dimensions, which is why we want to bring in princeton university anne-marie slaughter. until recently she served. and also cnn's chief international correspondent christiane amanpour, and this points to the powder keg of the region, the difficulty of operating here. what do you make of this? i mean, do you see it escalating? >> well, i'm concerned what's happening in egypt right now. it looks like in the libya situation, in benghazi, tripoli, they're fairly under control. we had the tragedy. the ambassador and three others killed. but in egypt, it seems to be gathering steam again as you reported at the top of the program, and that does worry me. in egypt, it's linked to the film. who knows what could happen. and i know leaders around the world in tunisia, afghanistan, algeria, are very concerned that they're going to see the last time there was this kind of encitement
. [applause] now let there be no doubt. the republican nominee, john mccain, has worn the uniform of our country with bravery and distinction, and for that we owe him our gratitude and respect. and next week, we'll also hear about those occasions when he's broken with his party as evidence that he can deliver the change that we need. but the record's clear: john mccain has voted with george bush ninety percent of the time. senator mccain likes to talk about judgment, but really, what does it say about your judgment when you think george bush has been right more than ninety percent of the time? i don't know about you, but i'm not ready to take a ten percent chance on change. the truth is, on issue after issue that would make a difference in your lives - on health care and education and the economy - senator mccain has been anything but independent. he said that our economy has made "great progress" under this president. he said that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. and when one of his chief advisors - the man who wrote his economic plan - was talking about the anxiety americans
there be no doubt, the republican nominee, john mccain, has worn the uniform of our country with bravery and distinction, and for that we owe him our gratitude and our respect. [applause] and next week we'll also hear about those occasions when he's broken with his party as evidence that he can deliver the change that we need. but the record's clear -- john mccain has voted with george bush 90% of the time. senator mccain likes to talk about judgment, but really, what does it say about your judgment when you think george bush has been right more than 90% of the time? [cheers and applause] i don't know about you, but i'm not ready to take a 10% chance on change. [cheers and applause] the truth is on issue after issue that would make a difference in your life on health care and education and the economy, senator mccain has been anything but independent. he said that our economy has made great progress under this president. he said that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. and when one of his chief advisors, the man who wrote his economic plan, was talking about the anxieties that am
the nation's capitol we have complete analysis coming up. my one on one with senator john mccain and top lawmakeros both sides of the aisles. members of the intelligence services and foreign affairs committee. america's news headquarters starts right now. >> we begin with new information on the investigation of murders of four americans in libya. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live with those details . what can you tell us? >> an f.b.i. team assign to the murder of ambassador chris stevens and three others is lookking into whether the group of 100 attackers had inside help from the private security contractors whom the state department had hire to guard inside of the benghazi conflict. susan collins asked the national counter terrorism the question in a committee hearing this week. the state department hired blue mountain group out of wales to vet and hire locall guards. the contract was worth half a million dollars. indications that the local guards may have been casing the consulate were posted on a gaming website who said assuming we don't die tonight. one of our
john mccain supported president obama's action to oust moammar khadafy and the president's steps taken since then. i spoke to senator mccain earlier today. senator mccain, a source familiar with the ambassador's thinking toll us in the months before his death he talked about being worried about the never-ending security threats in bengha benghazi, the threats he was facing and growing al qaeda presence and mentioned being on an al qaeda hit list. and he said in june to a journalist, maybe you should head east to benghazi to the situation there which appears the be heating up. given what we are learning about the concerns that he had, does it make sense to you the small level of security that he apparently had with him? >> it doesn't make any sense. and i'll tell you what else doesn't make any sense, the white house spokesman, secretary of state and ambassador to the u.n. stating categorically that it was not a terrorist attack when obviously it had all the earmarks of a terrorist attack, including rocket-propelled grenades, heavy weapons an a well carried out military operation. and wh
for a big moment that voters will remember. >> joe the plumber. >> reporter: like john mccain's invitation of an ohio plumber who questioned mr. obama's tax plan four years ago. >> in the third debate, john mccain repeatedly alluded to joe the plumber, and the allegation that barack obama #-r would share the wealth. >> reid: jamieson says that gave mccain a boost in the polls, but as mccain later learned, even a memorable debate moment carries a candidate only so far. the live tv audience for the first obama-romney debate is expected to be about 60 million people. that's roughly half the number expected to vote in the election. the combination of shrinking finances and rising crime is forcing drastic change on camden, new jersey, a small city just across the delaware from philadelphia. tony guida has the details of a reorganization plan that would take veteran cops off the beat permanently. >> reporter: if camden had its own postcards, the picture would look look a lot like this-- police responding to the scene of a crime. with just 77,000 residents and 1500 violent crimes and 48 murders t
're also going to talk to senator john mccain who knew him personally. we'll continue to check in with you as warranted. this is a story with a lot of moving parts and several countries with unseen dimensions which is why we'll bring in our expert, 'emily slaughter. also kris achristianne amanpour. what do you make of this? do you see this escalating? >> well, i'm concerned about what's happening in egypt right now. it looks like in the libya situation in benghazi and tripoli, they're fairly under control. we've had this tragedy, the am bass electdor killed. in egypt that does worry me because in egypt it's linked to the film and who knows what happened and they are very concerned they'll see what happened the last time there was this kind of excitement. when terry jones tried to burn the koran and then did. and the president of afghanistan has asked youtube to be taken down for a while in afghanistan so people can't see it. he's very, very worried. so there is quite scary at the moment. and as mona and ian were reporting, it is really a testing moment for the new government of afghanistan
. the republicans hark ens back to this guy john mccain is much more interested in what it is saying about us guys, americans. he was kind enough to join us right now. i knew you knew the ambassador very, very well. your thoughts right now? >> he was a lovely man. he loved his country. he served in a diplomatic war. he went to benghazi while the fight was still going on. came in on a cargo airplane and lived in constant danger until it was over. he moved to tripoli and set up our embassy there which was very rude amount terry. the libyan people liked and admired him. i can't tell you what a wonderful man he was, and i had the opportunity to spend time with him, including the day of the libyan election when hundreds of thousands of libyans celebrated and by the way elected a very moderate government. i can't tell you how sad and how much we mourn for his family. there is also sean smith and two others who have not been identified yet who also were sacrificed. >> you know senator the timing is weird and tashing this to rage over a movie on mohammed is weird. what do you think? >> i think it is impor
and his people die becausof it? at this point we simply don't know. senator john mccain supported the president's steps taken since then. i spoke to senator mccain earlier today. senator mccain a source familiar with the ambassador's thinking in the months before his death he talked about the threats he was facing and growing al qaeda presence and mentioned being on an al qaeda hit list. in june he wrote, maybe you should east to check out the situation there which appears to be heating up. given what we are learning about the concerns that he had, does it make sense to you the small level of security that he apparently had with him? >> it doesn't make any sense. and the white house spokesman and the secretary of state, state that go it was not a serristse terrorist attack when it had all the earmarks of one. so why they would want to tell the american people that in the face of the facts i don't know. there are also other report that is there had been other threats made and report that is there is basically an al qaeda extremist outfit ma lilitia there. >> actually med with ambas
john mccain has criticized some of the steps taken since gadhafi has been outed. and he has been critical of what happened to ambassador stevens and the three others. i spoke to senator mccain today. senator mccain, a source told us in the months before ambassador steven's death, he was worried about the never-ending security threats in benghazi and the rise in islamic extremism and growing al qaeda presence and also immensed being on an al qaeda hit list. in june, he wrote in an e-mail to a journalist and i quote, maybe you should head east to benghazi to check out the situation there which appears to be heating up. given all of that, what we are now learning about concerns that he had, does it make any sense to you, the level of -- or the small level of security he apparently had with him? >> it doesn't make any sense, and i'll tell you what doesn't make any sense, is the white house spokesman, secretary of state and ambassador to the u.n., stating categorically, it was not a terrorist attack, it had all of the earmarks of a terrorist attack, rocket-prop rocket-propelled grenad
the opposition, senator mccain and others, would say this is a power grabby the president. now he's just going to go around congress. senator leishman had been say -- lieberman had been saying if this didn't get done by july, then it wasn't going to get done at all. now he's saying well, you know, it might still happen. but it seems at least to me, you know, if you were going to bet for whether congress is going to overcome their partisan divide and come together on an issue, i would bet more on the executive order than congress getting something done. >> guest: you know, i think one of the real wildcards in all this is, um, the prospect of a possible cyber attack, and, um, such an event could, um, you know, really light a fire under either lawmakers and/or the white house further. and i think that there also have been, they've also been posturing, um, to leave themselves some, um, some protections in case there is. um, there was just an attack in, um, saudi arabia on the oil companies there, a cyber attack. um, it's not unheard of, and, um, it could very well happen here. >> guest: sorry. i t
from many times this country. >> many foreign policy advisors and john mccain and others are saying he should lay it all out in a speech and explain what he should do. why is it that his foreign policy advisor told "the washington post" that under a president romney this wouldn't have happened. what would he have done to prevent it? >> that is the question. let me play what senator john mccain said just a a short time ago and get your thoughts here. >> fl the long-term everything is unraveling in that part of the world because the united states is weak. this president is not understand the importance of american leadership and he continues to want to in his own words lead from behind. >> here's senator mccain saying the president leads from behind. you have the foreign policy advisor for mitt romney saying this would not have happened under his presidency, mccain, williamson, nor governor romney have indicated what they would have done differently. >> i'd like to know what would be different. a potential president romney would have done differently at this point. the problem that the p
leading the on circumstance senator mccain and others are saying this would be a power grab by the president. he didn't get what he wanted in congress and is now going to go around them. senator lieberman had been saying for a long time, if this didn't get done by the end of jewel -- before july, before they went to reese, it wouldn't get done at all. now he is saying, well, it might still happen. but if you were going to bet for whether congress is going to overcome they're partisan divide and come together on an issue like this, it is more likely the executive order happening than congress getting something done. >> one of the wild cards in all this is the prospect of a possible cyberattack, and it's such an event could really light a fire under either lawmakers and/or the white house, and i think there also have been posturing to leave themselves some protections in case there is. there was an attack in saudi arabia on one of the oil companies there, a cyberattack. it's not unheard of. and it could very well happen here. >> i think that speaks directly to the issue, actua
developments to those. senator john mccain, for whatever reason to stay irrespective of whichever party on november 6, he seems to see the striking possibility the fiscal cliff will be resolved the matter which man is elected. john mccain taking note governor romney has high unfavorables. how much more support like this can governor romney stand? >> the people who lose elections tend to offer some advice to the people in the subsequent cycle. look, here's the deal, fiscal cliff will be dealt with. how is a big question. even if we dealt retroactively have to wonder about the uncertainty. how that affects business and investments between now and january. the other thing is who wins have a great deal of influence on what the resolution will be. senator mccain is certainly right there will be something done, but what? it depends on what happens, it is true in the largest sense but senator mccain is not in an ideal position to offer advice to his follow-on as republican nominee. lou: we might even add unsolicited. as we look at what is happening here though, governor rahn emanuel is not any
of the pail. you don't see a lot of republicans running to romney's defense on this. mccain's silence is startling. even the speaker's silence is startling. it's something that should not be done. when americans are dying for our country to spread freedom and democracy, we should not have partisan figures making partisan statements to try to gain political gain. his poor judgment disqualifies him to be president of the united states. >> ari, given that, at that point last night at 10:25, whenever it was, full details weren't known. we didn't know if the attack was still going on. we knew one person was dead. we didn't know if they were an american citizen. we didn't know it was the ambassador. should he have just waited? is it inappropriate in the heat of a political campaign to weigh in when american lives are in the balance? >> well, that's a great question. but let me remind people what john kerry said about george bush in 2004 and certainly what barack obama said about john mccain and george bush in 2008. cornell has an interesting new standard. in 2012, the republican candidate s
: uh-huh. >> when john mccain tried to suspend his campaign. joe scarborough tweeted out that he had been inundated from emails and calls from elected gop leaders who think romney's response was a mistake. you have peggy nunan saying i don't believe that mr. romney has been doing himself any favor lately. ben smith if you think the eye rolling at romney is just coming from the main stream media, call up some republican foreign policy hands. >> john: i heard john sununu himself. >> this is a problem for romney. what he is doing now, when he is trying to appeal to the right-wing evangelical base by making it clear that he really doesn't like muslims. it's all a play of desperation. it's why he put paul ryan on his ticket. look at what has happened over the last several weeks. republicans had their convention, democrats had theirs democrats got a bump, republicans didn't get a bump, mitt romney and the super pacs pulled out of pennsylvania and michigan. he announced that he was going -- right after obama gave his speech in charlotte, he said -- he was going after sw
bill passed, a bill which senator sessions, senator mccain, others of us were involved with. the law required the administration to produce by september 6, last week, a report on how they intended to implement scweervetion and yet so -- sequestration and yet so far we haven't seen that report. a week later, president obama so far has chosen to ignore a request -- or a requirement that he signed into law just over a month ago. all americans are required to play by the rules and follow the laws of the land. it seems to me at least the administration owes the american people and the congress under the law that was passed a report that would detail the proposal that they have with regard to sequestration that's going to occur on the first of next year. i think the reason that's important, mr. president -- it's important for a lot of reasons, but we don't have a lot of time here. if we are going to do something to avert, which would be what would be a catastrophe for our national security interests, we have to take the steps that are necessary to do that. well, it's very hard to come up w
to work on this as a potential way to proceed. but at this time, on behalf of senator john mccain, i'll interpose an objection. the presiding officer: objection is heard. the majority leader. mr. reid: everyone within the sound of my voice should understand that again we shouldn't be surprised, i guess, even though there had been all of this focus on senator paul, that he was holding everything up, that's really not the way it is. he's not holding everything up. it's the republicans. all of this has been cleared on my side. and it's really unfortunate. we'll continue to work to reach an agreement. we need to move this vote on the c.r. unless we have some agreement, it's going to occur, i think 8:45 tomorrow, tomorrow night. that's when the 30 hours expires. so i think that we need to continue to see if we can work our way through a logjam that the republicans have put up here. if nothing happens, we'll be out of here in a little bit tonight and proceed to vote tomorrow night. but rand paul is not holding things up as has been rumored around here for weeks. mr. president, on july 25 t
'll do it on your time. the presiding officer: who yields time? mr. mccain: parliamentary inquiry, mr. president. whose time is being -- the presiding officer: if no one yields time, time will be charged equally to both sides. mr. lee: mr. president? mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from utah. mr. lee: mr. president i -- i rise to respond to my friend, my distinguished colleague the senator from massachusetts. in the first place, it is significant. dr. afridi has now been in prison for more than a year. it is significant that this amount of time has elapsed. it is appropriate that we respond in some fashion. i don't know why exactly legislation hasn't emerged from that same committee the foreign relations committee, on which i sit. the fact is, it hasn't. the fact is, i respect my friend the junior senator from kentucky, from having the courage to bring forward this legislation. but regardless the fact is that this legislation is now before us. we can argue about thousand got here about whether it -- how it got here, about whether it should have gone through committee
an utter disaster and a lehman moment, a parallel to the moment when john mccain failed to come across as a steady leader. here is what nicholas burns told andrea mitchell. >> i was frankly very disappointed and dismayed to see governor romney inject politics into this very difficult situation. governor romney has n a very unwise way, injected himself in a situation where he clearly doesn't have all the facts. >> romney's statement did earn him this praise. >> today romney is the only guy looking presidential. romney is the only guy who looks like he understands what went wrong, what went right, and what shouldn't be happening now. he looks like he's the only adult in the room. >> republican congressional leadership chose not to join romney and instead chose to honor the dead. >> we honor the americans we lost in libya and we will stand united in our response. >> i'm going to ask that you all join me in a moment of silence. in tribute to ambassador stevens. >> joining me now, msmbc's john hiel man and washington editor at large for the atlantic, steve clemons. joy when your biggest fan
country. i see decline in the future unless we begin to solve these problems. >> john and cindy mccain. tough talk on republican todd akin. >> he should no longer be the candidate of the republican party missouri. >> rick and karen santorum. >> barack obama believes the government should do more and you cannot trust the private sector. >> condoleezza rice. >> what they really wanted was you as vp. >> first of all, nobody wanted that, especially me. >> and the mitt romney you don't know from his sons. >> you say he seems laid back? is that what you said? >> yes, his hair is too perfect. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. i'm here at the cnn grill. the republican convention has been wrapping up. tonight we begin with faith, family and mitt romney. today, they're more likable, more down to earth. with their mother ann, just might be his secret weapons. >> can you do it without the ear piece in? >> no one was giving me information. we're at a crucial stage. your father is within breathing distance of his white house. how are you coping as his sons with all the negativity tha
, maybe i didn't run a good enough campaign. maybe i wasn't strong enough. john mccain enters the no spin zone to talk about the personal toll of a presidential campaign. what it's like running against president obama and his relationship with sarah palin. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. hi, i'm monica crowley in for bill o'reilly. thanks so much for watching us tonight. let's get right it to our top story this evening. are you better off than you were four years ago. that question, of course, made famous by ronald reagan in 1980 has taken center stage in the to 12 presidential election. it's become a campaign corner stone for the romney ryan ticket. but the obama camp is struggling it to articulate a unified response. >> david, can you honestly say that the average american is better off today than they were four years ago? here is what i can say, chris, i can say we are in a better position than we were four years ago in our economy in the sense that when this president took office we were losing 800,000 jobs a month. >> you can honestly sa
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